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Art History of the Philippines

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Josefino Tulabing Larena CPS,CPE,MPA

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Art History of the Philippines

  1. 1. Josefino Tulabing Larena Jr, AB,CPS,MPAJosefino Tulabing Larena Jr, AB,CPS,MPA
  2. 2.  Pre Historic times which dates some 500,00 years ago. Tabon Man ,Tabon Cave Palawan
  3. 3. ARAB TRADES CHINESE TRADES
  4. 4. ANNAMESE WARE VIETNAMESE
  5. 5. TANG DYNASTIES NORTHERN SUNG DYNASTY
  6. 6. DUYONG CAVE PALAWAN BATO CAVE SORSOGON JAR BURIAL TRADITION
  7. 7. BRONZE COPPER
  8. 8.  Beads made of agate, carnelian ,amethyst ,rock, crystal ,sapphire
  9. 9. PAINTING  the Spaniards used paintings as religious propaganda to spread Catholicism throughout the Philippines.
  10. 10. PAINTING  Portrait paintings featured the painters themselves, Filipino jewelry, and native furniture.
  11. 11. WEAVING  Philippine weaving involves many threads being measured, cut, and mounted on a wooden platform. The threads are dyed and weaved on a loom 1800 WEAVER
  12. 12.  ANTHROPOLOGIST Dr. Analyn Salvador- Amores leads the turnover of the oldest ‘uwes,’ the traditional Isinai funeral blanket, to chieftain Bayani Laroza.
  13. 13. POTTERY  Traditional pot-making in certain areas of the Philippines would use clay found near the Sibalom River. Molding the clay required the use of wooden paddles, and the clay had to be kept away from sunlight
  14. 14. LITERATURE  Tanaga is a type of Filipino poetry. Kut-kut is an art technique used between the 15th and 18th centuries.
  15. 15.  BONTOC, IFUAGO, AND KALINGA TRIBAL TEXTILESWITH A VARIETY OF SILVER AND BRASS"LINGLINGO" FERTILITY CHARMS
  16. 16. MOUNTAIN PROVINCE  Ifugao House
  17. 17.  Torogan, the ancestral home of the Maranao Sultan or Datu. One of the richest survivors of Philippine pre-Spanish art is Maranao decorative art, described by critics as graceful and rhythmical.The floorbeams of the houses project beyond the walls, and the ends or panolong, such as the decorative figure, are carved and multicolored. TOROGAN HOUSE
  18. 18. ROMAN CATHOLIC ISLAMIC MOSQUE
  19. 19. “ BULUL”  SEATED IFUGAO "BULUL" AT THE CONCLUSION OFTHE ANNUAL IFUGAOHARVEST RITUAL "BULULS" PLACED IN RICE GRANARIES ARE CONSIDERED GUARDIANS OFTHE HARVEST .
  20. 20.  Shown above are the most well- known of the old designs, the sarimanok. The figure represents a fowl with wings, feathered tail, and a head decorated with ornaments of scrolled and painted motif of leaves, spirals, and feather-like forms. It usually stands on a fish and another one hangs from its beak. The wooden figure, usually perched atop a bamboo pole, stands among decorative flags during weddings and other festive occasions.
  21. 21. SPOLIARIUM
  22. 22. HARVESTING RICE, FERNANDO AMORSOLO
  23. 23. "LA BELLA FILIPINA"
  24. 24. IN THE RICE FIELD
  25. 25. PIONEER OF KENETIC ART IN THE PHILIPPINES 'BROTHER OF ISIDORA'
  26. 26. PICNIC IN MT. AARAYAT”
  27. 27. COLOR OF PEACE
  28. 28. BENEDICTO REYES CABRERA NATIONAL ARTIST VISUAL ARTS 2006
  29. 29.  Internationally renowned painter Juvenal Sanso's 65 years in art. With his vision of bringing his art closer to the people and promoting visual art “BLACK PERIOD”
  30. 30. BAGUIO CITY
  31. 31. Director Jeremy Barns is shown here being interviewed by the local media regarding the Gabii sa Kabilin (Night of Heritage). Among those he visited, he talked about the Gotiaoco building (the century-old heritage structure behind him), which NM manages on behalf of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. NM also advises the leasee, the Sugbu Chinese Heritage Museum Foundation, as planning began on the conversion of the building into a museum on Cebuano Chinese heritage. © National Museum of the Philippines (2014)

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